Who knew the sound effect of a baby being flung by ghosts into the side of a mid-20th century construction vehicle sounded like "DONN!"
no fences around construction sites in the 40s, eh?
That's an odd reaction from the woman in the strip (sorry, don't know these people's names).OH, NO!..NO!! PLEASE..NOT....THAT!As if there was one specific aspect of DONN!'s being bounced off the tread off that machinery and cradled by that worker that really upset her as oppossed to the situation in general.
WOW! 1940's Mary Worth moves so quickly, and the daily strips actually leave you hanging, waiting to see what happens next! A far cry from strips like Dawn endlessly explaining to Wilbur about how Kurt wasn't his son, as he makes stupid faces and crams never ending sandwiches down his gullet.
@Toots -- yeah, like she might be OK with it if Donn fell out a window or chased a ball into the street! However, it's NOT unacceptable to bounce off that tread. Donn might get MUD on his clothes. Or worse yet, she might actually have to speak to that awful construction worker man!
@ diving: no fences, no yards, no door latches, no baby gates...
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